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Press Office - Concor

Concor

Concor is a diversified infrastructure and services construction company, with core competencies in the infrastructure, building, mining and property development sectors. The South African based company is regarded as one of the largest players in the South and sub-Saharan African construction sectors, and has a rich legacy dating to the early 1900s.

Concor, owned by a consortium led by the Southern Palace Group, is positioned to become the leading, black owned infrastructure and buildings business in South Africa.

Its offices are based in Bedfordview, Johannesburg, while project sites are located across the South African landscape. We also have operations in Botswana and Namibia.

Telephone : +27 11 590 5500

Email : info.construction@concor.co.za

Website : www.concor.co.za

 

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